...I adapt my teaching strategies to align with my students' learning styles to minimize frustration and maximize retention. I have worked with students from 1st through 6th grade in mathematics and science, including preparing for the SSAT, the ISEE, transitioning between elementary schools, home-...
Stamford, CTView Tutor
...How do colleges look at the scores? How many schools should I apply to? I will answer all these in the consultation to give you a clearer idea of the college application process and requirements.
Jackson Heights, NYView Tutor
...Second, you must memorize the multiplication facts. Arithmetic is algebra without the variables - shortcuts work but you need to know why they work (ie, do you know why you line up the decimal point to add or subtract but not when you multiply?) Order of Operations does NOT equal "PEMDAS". Newe...
Ronkonkoma, NYView Tutor
...Pre Med program and applying to medical school. During this time, I completed all the required sciences for medical school with a 4.0, including Physics, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biology, and Biochemistry. Prior to entering the program, I graduated magna cum laude with a Finance degree and worked in the field for around 5 years.
Newark, NJView Tutor
...I studied Mathematics in college because I struggled with it in elementary school and the beginning of high school. It was the subject that would frustrate me the most. Because I used to struggle with Maths, I worked harder at it than any other subject, and that is when I became better at it.
Yonkers, NYView Tutor